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. Thousands expected for Mount New Years Eve Festival.

Thousands expected for Mount New Years Eve Festival.

The organisers of Mount Vibes New Years Eve Music Festival are expecting thousands to flock to this years event.

The Mount Maunganui New Years Eve Music Festival at ASB Bay Park includes two stages and performances by The Black Seeds, I Am Giant, Black List, Swiss, Soljah, Deach, Sons of Zion, Tomorrow People, Aaradhna, Homebrew, Pieter T, State of Mind feat. MC Woody, Optimus Gryme, Kara Gordon, Chatchy, Vega, Reagan Perry, DJ Sanka, DJ Jayrasik, Illatary Grindteam and Lo Quay.

The R18 festival will also feature the first ‘Miss Mount Vibes’ competition - with cash and travel prizes up for grabs.

Tickets are selling really well and around 10,000 people are expected, says promoter Pato Pato Alvarez.

"Over night camping and general admission tickets are nearly sold out, so grab your tent and get your ticket now"

"This years festival is just a curtain raiser for next years festival which will be held over two days and will feature a line-up of international artists, who we are currently in talks with." Mr Pato said.

Tickets are on sale now from

General Admission - $120.00
VIP Tickets - $150.00
Camping - $40

The Line Up: The Black Seeds, Blacklistt, I Am Giant, Sons of Zion, Tomorrow People, Aaradhna, Homebrew, Soljah, Swiss, Pieter T, Deach, State of Mind feat. MC Woody, Optimus Gryme, Kara Gordon, Chatchy, Vega, Reagan Perry, DJ Sanka and DJ Jayrasik, Illatary Grindteam, Lo Quay

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